Care Systems Integration develop Mobile phone applications and supply mobile phone (GSM) products to give NHS Trusts and Social Services Departments, care and district workers a secure way of managing safety and delivering care plans at the patients home.

We provide mobile telephone and GSM products that make life easier and give peace of mind for people with mobility issues living in their own home.

These include personal security alarms and specially designed mobile phones , allowing vulnerable people to feel safe and secure in their own home, knowing that help is just a key press or automated warning SMS text message away.


Care for the elderly in their own homes

Efficient Mobile Apps. for Health & Social care

Our systems help with the efficient management and delivery of care, saving valuable time, energy and money for the public purse.

Medical information can be captured from compatible devices or care records left in the home and personalised “check ups” can be interpreted in real time by a remote primary /secondary care facility. Other observations at the time of the visit can easily be added to avoid wasting valuable staff time and patient inconvenience.

Authorised family members or those responsible for the wellbeing of those in care can access records to ensure care plans are being deliverd and that their loved ones are being looked after.


Health Care services

Mobile GSM phones for the elderly, disabled or infirm

We have a range of products that make effective use of mobile telephone technology to help the elderly, disabled, immobile or infirm stay safe in their own homes.

From personal alarms to systems that monitor ambient room temperature warning of a potential life threatening situation, all can trigger an automated SMS text message to be sent to a family member or carer allowing them to respond to the situation in hand.

Easy to set up, flexible and not tied to any particular telephone network or mobile carrier, these systems, and indeed or own desk top telephones are cheaper to run than a standard landline phone.


All prices quoted include VAT and Postage & Packaging

face to face consultation

Quality gains

  • Improved health outcomes for a population.
  • The prevention of the escalation of an individual patients condition.
  • Improved feedback from patients and the population.
  • Improved acceptability (care closer to home, less invasive care, self care).


  • Improved patient experience including meeting their choice over place of care.
  • Improved equity (services more uniformly available, ‘levelling up’ of outcomes).
  • Improved efficacy (faster responses to treatment, more complete recovery leading to reduced demand for care ‘downstream’).

Productivity gains

  • Reduced cost of care across the local health system.
  • Reduced demand for staff time.
  • Encourages the increased uptake of services closer to home.
  • Improved access to services (reduced travel or waiting).
  • Improved efficiency of service (reduced staffing needs or increased capacity without increasing staffing).
  • Genuine reductions in demand for acute services